By William M. Leiter,Samuel Leiter
Racism, sexism, and ethnic discrimination have lengthy represented a doubtless intractable challenge. Affirmative motion used to be conceived as an assault on those ingrained difficulties, yet this present day it truly is generally misunderstood. This quantity stories new advancements in affirmative motion legislation, coverage, and ideological clash within the components of employment, schooling, vote casting, and housing. The revised variation provides a dialogue of age, incapacity, and sexual-orientation discrimination, offering a really accomplished portrait of affirmative motion that's knowledgeable through heritage, legislation, political technological know-how, sociology, and economics.
William M. Leiter is Professor of Political technology at California country college, lengthy seashore. he's the coauthor (with Samuel Leiter) of the 1st variation of Affirmative motion in Antidiscrimination legislation and coverage: an summary and Synthesis (also released by means of SUNY Press).
The overdue Samuel Leiter was once a civil rights and exertions legal professional in inner most practice.
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